U.S. Army veteran Bobby Henline said, “Here we go again. Dumb*** veterans. Listen, this is even worse because literally they’re military veterans, that are throwing other veterans are underneath the bus and using us for their own opinion and agenda. Again, this is he-said-she-said two years ago. Why are we bringing this up now? Why are you using our photographs without our permission? You’re a veteran. That makes this even worse. So, bro, do the right thing. Take this s*** down. It’s not approved.”
Henline continued, “If I want my opinion and my face out there on political views, I’ll do that. It’s not what I’m here for. We’re here to laugh or having a good time. You make me take a time out from fun stuff because of dumb s*** and people like you. Take it down. Facebook fixed this problem. If people have a political page, maybe they should be self-checking that stuff, Facebook. Make sure they got permission. Check this out, mofos.”
Anonymous sources claimed that President Trump made anti-veteran remarks and veteran Bobby Henline spoke out after his image was utilized to further this narrative.
The veteran responded, “If you look, you put a face, there’s a lot of veterans that follow me. So that photo is recognized. And now in them taking that well recognized photo and using it for their agenda and changing veterans’ minds, thinking the president talk about them like that is ridiculous. And I believe it worked. And that’s why I want to get it taken down, because it shouldn’t be working. People need to hear the truth. That’s my image. And it should not be up there speaking for me.”
The veteran continued, “Yes, there is a picture of me in my uniform and a couple other wounded veterans, and it’s talking about the president. Two years ago, supposedly, said something negative about not wanting wounded veterans at a parade that no one wants to see that dead soldiers and wounded soldiers are losers. And it’s just so irritating that they put my image up there, because now it looks like the president’s calling me a loser and they’re using that to sell something that they believe for their agenda. And I just don’t believe that’s right to use us that way. And then I saw some other veteran groups were doing it. It’s-. Wow. Other veterans are doing this to veterans. Even worse. That’s even more shameful. And so that’s why I really stood up and said, we can’t have this. You’ve got to take my picture down.”
Veteran Bobby Henline also pointed out of a Facebook group with an image of him quoted, “Trump says he’s a loser”, posted to MSNBC Rachel Maddow fan group.
Henline statedm “Can I get a day’s rest? Is this election over with yet? Are we done lying to people? You hear on the news all the time about people lying? Fake news. That’s my face. I’m here to tell you. It’s not true. Look at that. People, stop using me for your propaganda, for your agenda. I’m not here for that. I don’t know what Trump said, but I’m sure he didn’t call me a loser. I didn’t hear him call me a loser. So this has got to stop. Stop using my image. Fox News, call me, somebody. Let’s get this out there on a bigger platform so people would know not to use me, not to put a face to whatever this is they think he said it. It’s ridiculous. Let’s stop the s***. Let’s move on. I’m not part in all of this.”
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